Department of Physics pres.
Physics Graduate Student Symposium | Reduced Order Models using Graph Theoretic Approaches for Physical Systems
Matthew Duschenes, Ph.D. Candidate (U-M Applied Physics/Mechanical Engineering)
In this talk, I will be introducing a novel graph-theoretic approach for reduced-order modelling of a wide class of systems, allowing for more efficient and effective data-driven simulations. Concepts in graph theory will be introduced, including a rigorous non-local discrete calculus, and I will describe how states of a system and their relationships can be represented using this formalism. I will then discuss the numerical methods for computing a reduced-order model for quantities of interest and will show some preliminary results, indicating the validity and possible exciting future applications of this general framework.
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